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Verizon Cloud offers up to 125GB of storage, first 500MB free

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Verizon Cloud offers up to 125GB of storage, first 500MB free
Back in 2010, Verizon started offering a basic cloud service as part of its VCast Media Manager. But with the smartphone landscape ever-changing, Verizon is now offering a new and improved service, simply called Verizon Cloud.

With the Verizon Cloud app installed on your smartphone, you can select which items to be backed-up on Verizon's remote server and if they should be synced automatically, such as text and picture messages, images and videos, call logs, contacts, music, or any saved file. You can access the Verizon Cloud service with any of your smartphones (as long as they are supported) or even with your PC.

Verizon Cloud offers up to 125GB of storage, first 500MB free
You can start out with the basic 500MB of storage for free, but if you want more space you can step-up to 25GB for $2.99/month, 75GB for $5.99/month, or even 125GB for $9.99/month. Keep in mind that Dropbox is free for the first 2GB, with 100GB for $9.99/month and 200GB for $19.99/month, and Google Drive is free for 5GB, with 25GB for $2.49/month and 100GB for $4.99/month.

Smartphones that currently support the Verizon Cloud app include the Motorola DROID X and X2, Motorola DROID 2 Global, HTC Thunderbolt, HTC Incredible and Incredible 2, Samsung DROID Charge and Fascinate, while for tablets you can use it with the Motorola DROID XYBOARD 8.2" and 10.1", Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Tab 2 10.1, and Galaxy Note 10.1.

As you can see, most higher-end Verizon smartphones are missing from this list, such as the Samsung Galaxy S III and S4, Galaxy Note II, and Motorola DROID RAZR HD - though Verizon does say that more devices, including iOS support, will be added through the year.

source: Verizon Wireless

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posted on 30 Apr 2013, 01:18 8

1. ojdidit84 (Posts: 190; Member since: 16 Jul 2011)


Yeah... No. When I decide to leave Verizon when this contract is up, I'll do perfectly fine with the Google Drive and Dropbox options that I already have that will go with me no matter which carrier I migrate to.

posted on 30 Apr 2013, 06:01 3

3. ayephoner (Posts: 833; Member since: 09 Jun 2009)


verizon is awful. the only reason someone would sign up for this service is if they are completely ignorant of other options. vzw thrives on that notion. screw them.

posted on 30 Apr 2013, 17:36

5. JunitoNH (Posts: 756; Member since: 15 Feb 2012)


@ayephoner

Really, please tell me this options. Verizon as you said, overpriced; AT&T, overpriced, but not as bad; Sprint, but the kind of sux; T-Mobile, they are inconsistent, not the best voice and/or data dependability- and they sux. Mostly, everyone else are just MVNO of the other networks. Hence, why Virgin sux.

posted on 01 May 2013, 08:38

6. tll84 (Posts: 13; Member since: 28 Jul 2012)


JunitoNH, you are correct...at least in my situation. i am currently with verizon because the other options in my area are trash....if there was someone that could give me similar coverage i would switch in a heartbeat. but in SW iowa, this is the only good option i have.

posted on 08 May 2013, 14:44

7. ayephoner (Posts: 833; Member since: 09 Jun 2009)


I was refering to cloud storage options. but, there are many pre-paid options that run off of the big 4's networks. page plus and straight talk both run on verizon's network.

posted on 30 Apr 2013, 02:56 1

2. Sangeet (Posts: 225; Member since: 21 Apr 2012)


Seriously, this cloud thing is of no use in developing countries, as we get around 0.5~1 Mbps(MegaBits) speed per second only, seriously it would be better for phone makers like HTC to put an SD card slot in their phones, these guys have everything except an SD card slot which is definitely a deal breaker for most of the people, had HTC One X last year came with a SD card slot, it would have competed if not outsold the likes of Samsung Galaxy S3

I can see the same happening again with the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One!!

posted on 30 Apr 2013, 09:04

4. MikeG77 (Posts: 348; Member since: 24 Nov 2008)


Sangeet i don't think the inclusion of an sd card slot would have meant better sales for the One X. The problem with HTC is that they don't know how to advertise, they don't have the budget to compete with someone like Samsung, they don't hve the buying power and even if they could they don't have the production capacaity to meat demand.

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